SRX1400 Services Gateway Routing Engine

The Routing Engine is a PowerPC platform that runs the Junos operating system (Junos OS). Software processes that run on the Routing Engine maintain the routing tables, manage the routing protocols used on the device, control the device interfaces, control some chassis components, and provide the interface for system management and user access to the device.

A pair of USB ports on the Routing Engine accept USB memory cards that allow you to load the Junos OS and perform file transfers.

Figure 9 shows SRX1400 Services Gateway Routing Engine.

Figure 9: SRX1400 Services Gateway Routing Engine

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The Routing Engine also provides the following integrated services:

Note: The SRX1400 Services Gateway must have a Routing Engine installed in slot RE. The SYSIOC port labeled RE ETHERNET connects directly to the RE Routing Engine slot.

Figure 10 shows the SRX1400 Services Gateway Routing Engine LEDs.

Figure 10: SRX1400 Services Gateway Routing Engine LEDs

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Table 18 describes the Routing Engine behavior indicated by the LEDs on its front panel.

Table 18: Routing Engine LED Indicators

LED Label

Color

Status

Indicated Behavior

OK/FAIL

Green

On steadily

The Routing Engine is operating normally.

Blinking

The Routing Engine is rebooting or is shutting down.

Red

On steadily

The Routing Engine has failed and is not operating normally.

Routing Engine Function

MASTER

Blue

On steadily

The Routing Engine is the master. This LED should always be lit.

STATUS

Green

On steadily

The Routing Engine is operating normally.

Blinking

The Routing Engine is booting.

Red

On steadily

The Routing Engine has failed and is not operating normally.

HDD

Green

Blinking

The Routing Engine hard disk drive is being accessed.

Off

There is no hard disk drive activity.

Packet Forwarding Engine Controller Function

STATUS

Green

On steadily

The Packet Forwarding Engine controller is operating normally.

Blinking

The Packet Forwarding Engine controller is booting.

Red

On steadily

The Packet Forwarding Engine controller has failed and is not operating normally.

Table 19 describes the Routing Engine behavior that occurs when the buttons on its front panel are pressed.

Note: The ONLINE button on Routing Engine does not perform any function and currently it is not supported.

Table 19: Routing Engine Front Panel Buttons

Button Label

Operation

ROUTING ENGINE RESET

Pressing this button resets the Routing Engine.

PFE CONTROLLER RESET

Pressing this button resets the Packet Forwarding Engine controller function.

PFE CONTROLLER FAILOVER

Unused in this release.

Table 20 describes the Routing Engine front panel connectors.

Table 20: Routing Engine Front Panel Connectors

Connector Label

Operation

AUX

RJ-45 serial console port that can be used to manage the Routing Engine.

USB 0 USB 1

Connectors for Universal Serial Bus (USB) flash drives.

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